July 2, 2012
Sally Dura is 30 year old passionate feminist and human rights activist from Zimbabwe. She has working knowledge, passion and experience in implementing national and community based youth and women empowerment projects on community development, leadership and advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health including HIV and AIDS.
Sally is a holder of Master of Science in Development Studies (Merit) with Women’s University in Africa, Bachelor of Arts (Hons) History and Development Studies (2.2) with Midlands State University, Diploma in Project Planning and Management (Credit) with Christian College of Southern Africa and Diploma in Public Relations with Zimbabwe Institute of Public Relations.
Sally is a the current chairperson of the Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe Harare Chapter; she served as a Programme officer for Women’s Action Group and Women in Politics Support Unit. She has working knowledge and experience in working with women and youth nongovernmental organizations in Zimbabwe on leadership development, elections, gender justice, HIV and AIDS, Sexual and Reproductive Health, human rights training and advocacy.
Sally is a Women’s Democracy Network member since 2009 and has volunteered as a trainer on leadership development workshop targeting women in politics held in Nairobi 2009 and South Sudan 2011.
Sally is a Board member for the following youth and women empowerment nongovernmental organizations in Zimbabwe: Real Agenda for Transformation Trust, Youth Forum, Savanna Trust and Women in Politics Support Unit, Women’s Trade Trust and The Girls Legacy.
Sally has serves as a Gender and Young Women Leadership consultant for Youth Empowerment and Transformation Trust, Youth Initiative for Democracy in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe National Students’ Union, Students and Youths Working on Reproductive Health Action Team and National Movement of Catholic Students.